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and the meeting allowed the candidates to roam the stage and confront one another directly. woven the issues -- one of the issues, the attacks in libya. >> when we had four americans killed there and didn't know what happened, the president the day after that happened flies to las vegas for a political fund raiser and the next day to colorado for another political event, i think these actions taken by a president and a leader have symbolic significance. >> and the suggestion that anybody in my seat, secretary of state, un embassy bore, anybody on my -- ambassador, anybody on
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my team would play politics when we've lost one of our own, governor, is offensive. that's not what we do. that's not what i do as president, that's not what i do as commander in chief. >> secretary of state, hillary clinton, has said she takes full responsibility for what happened. but president obama noted as commander in chief, he bears responsibility. a new poll out already, 46% of voters who watched tonight presidential debate said that the president won the showdown. 39% mitt romney did the better job. the president's 7-point advantage came among a debate audience that was somewhat more republican than the polls. our decision 2012 team coverage continues. alicia reed
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was with some bay area republicans tonight as they watched the debate. >> reporter: all eyes and ears were glued to the screen at this republican watch apart. mitt romney vows to create more energy in the u.s. >> part of that is bringing in a pipeline of oil from canada taking advantage of the oil and coal we have here, drilling offshore in alaska, virginia, those things will get us the energy we need. >> reporter: and with gas prices well over the $4 mark, viewers agree with his plan. >> part of being energy independent would end upbringing gas pries down. and i feel like -- that the policies over the last few years speak of themselves. >> reporter: many of these cases belong to the middle class, and romney mentioned things that are important to them. >> every middle income taxpayer no longer will pay any tax on interest, dividends or capital gains. >> yes! [ cheering and applause ]
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>> reporter: and another thing: job creation. >> my youngest son right now is 23 and, you know, he's having a tough time finding a job that pays decent wages. >> there's no jobs. >> those are all things that will make people feel comfortable with romney. >> hundreds of people packed temple nightclub in san francisco to watch the debate as well. after being disappointed in the first debate, obama supporters were pleased with the commander in chief's performance tonight. >> reporter: president obama supporters say the commander in chief was fired up during tuesday night's second presidential debate. every time the president interrupted or challenged republican presidential candidate, mitt romney, on his record as massachusetts governor or has economic plan, people inside temple nightclub cheered and smiled. [ cheering and applause ]
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>> reporter: many tell me the president redeemed himself. >> total knock out? yes, indeed. >> phenomenal. it was good to see him finally calling out mitt romney and a lot of the republicans on their issues >> it's a mystery to me how people can be undecided. i decided a long time ago. i'm just looking for, you know, the guy to stand up and get fired up and get the people excited about voting for him. >> i don't think he did that bad the first time around. i think the expectation was that he would be extremely good. i think he's such a good orator. but it was kind of surprising how well romney did on that one. i think on this one he did an exceptional job and came out really calling him on stuff and definitely not pulling punches. to watch the dmabt its entirety, go -- the debate in
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its entirety, go to our website, kron4.com. warmer weather is on the way. today we saw temperatures warmer in the north bay. 89 degrees in nap asame thing in -- napa, same thing in santa rosa. same thing in red wood city. it was a tad cooler closer to the coast line. but that is going to change in the overnight hours and tomorrow afternoon. the winds have started to reverse, coming from the inland valleys. that keeps skies clear and temperatures warmer. tomorrow, widespread 80s. the america's cup racing yacht capsized today during the team's training session. this is video showing the team trying to pull the yacht to land out of
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the san francisco bay. there was such a strong wind that as the team turned the boat, the front of the yacht's nose dived and tipped over. all crew members are safe. each team competing in the america's cup is only allowed to build two yachts. the steam says they will assess the -- the team says they will assess the damage and adjust the program as necessary. they expect to be ready. , coming up, one local cyclist may have crossed the finish line for the last time. and health officials rampum the investigation into the -- ramp up the investigation into the virus innio-- in yosemite.
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friends and family said goodbye to former u.s. senator arlen specter. he died at his home after a long fight with lymphoma. he was once considered one of the most prominent republicans in the state. arlen specter was 82 years old. >> american cyclist and santa rosa native levi -- has confezed to doping -- confessed with doping with lance armstrong's team. he is serving a reduced six month suspension for violations. warmer weather is on the
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way. and it is leading to fire concerns. a red flag warning warn in effect.
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health officials are in yosemite national park this week trying to learn more about the hatha virus outbreak that killed people last summer. >> reporter: yosemite national
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park has thousand full and part-time employee, but this past summer none of them contracted the virus. this week, they're conducting a voluntary 2-part survey of 300 park workers. >> we are taking a blood test which will test for antibodies of hantavirus, and we're administering a questionnaire which asks questions about their work activities, where they live, what knowledge they have about the virus. >> reporter: it is spread through contact with mouse feces and urine. researchers are trying to learn more while they can be. >> is this the largeest -- largest outbreak in decades. >> reporter: it will create a
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clearer picture of why some people get sick and why others don't. >> and how to prevent future exposures. the family of allen bloomford is upset with the oakland district attorney. they have decided not to press charges against the police officer who shot and killed him in may. >> reporter: the alameda county district attorney announced that charges will not be pressed against the opd officer. but the family says the da did not go far enough to investigate the shooting. >> we are not stopping at this district attorney's office to tell us this was right and it's okay to kill my son! >> reporter: they say the da's investigation was incomplete and generated more questions about his death than it answered. john burres representing the
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family. >> not once has the district attorney's office ever found that charges should be filed against an officer. this is shocking when you consider the level of shootings that have taken place in the past. >> reporter: the family says allen was a good kid and should not have been stopped in the first place. >> he did not do anything! and i am here to stand and fight for him and be his voice! >> reporter: earlier in the day, the family delivered this 10-page rebuttal to the district attorney's office with the hope of encouraging her to reopen the case. their lawyers say they will ask the justice department to investigate his death. santa clara-based intel, the world's largest chip maker, says its net income fell 14% from last year and it is looking at tough conditions in the 3rd quarter. net income was down to
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$3 billion. intel blames tough economic conditions. but analysts believe shifrts from pcs -- shifts from pcs to tablets may be a factor. and the u.s. postal service in september hit its $15 billion borrowing limit from the u.s. treasury for the first time in history. that leaves the agency with only the revenue that it takes them from selling stamps and shipping and other services to cover its operation costs. the postoffice is required by congress to prepay into its pension fund decade said in advance cause -- decades in advance causing major budget shortfalls. temperatures remained fairly mild out there this evening. it is warm tonight in antioch, 74 degrees. 64 in
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napa, 60 in san mateo. drier conditions starting to build in. no clouds in sight. a reversal in winds. instead of coming in off the ocean, they're coming in from the inland valleys. warmer and drier winds than typical. this keeps us cloud-free and warms our temperatures. but it has another consequences, rising fire danger. in the delta, a red flag warning in effect for wednesday. this is going to be pretty much all day wednesday until 7:00 at night. you can see the area highlighted on your screen. low humidities, gusty wind, warm temperatures. a trifecta of fire concern. we'll keep you posted on that. temperature-wise, mild outdoor tomorrow. temperatures in the 60s. noon, temperatures in the 70s, and 80s in portions in the bay area. widespread 80s through the bay area with 70s
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along the immediate coastlines. neighborhood by neighborhood, 86 in santa clara. 88 in cupertino, 90 in los gatos. for the inland valleys, 90s as well. antioch, pleasanton, livermore. 80 in san francisco, low 90s in the north bay. much warmer tomorrow, even warmer into thursday. even the coastline getting into the 80s by thursday. cooler weather on tap for the weekend. matt cain talks about starting game 3 tomorrow against the cardinals. and are the yankees really on the brink of playoff elimination?
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on. but raul ibanez, the playoff hero for the yankees to date, strikes out to end it, tigers can sweep the yankees four straight tomorrow night. word from st. louis this evening has marco scutaro playing in game 3 tomorrow. giants left from the airport tomorrow. men in sunglasses walking to the bus. the hot topic, matt holiday's slide that took out scutaro at 2nd. >> we're going to go out there and win our. >> this is a time when we got to win ball games. but tony la russa had a rule, if you hit one
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of our guys, we're going to hit one of your guys. >> they knocked the fog off that giants dugout. and i think holiday did the giants a great favor. game on. >> scutaro's opposite number at 2nd base, daniel descalso joined us earlier. >> it's just something you deal with as a second baseman, guys come in hard, late, and you do your best to hang in there. >> what can you tell us about the character of matt holiday? >> oh, matt's not out there trying to hurt anybody. and you've seen how big he is. if this guy wanted to go hurt somebody, he could really punish some people. >> is it too easy to say it's part of the game? >> you know what? it is part of the game. i've picked myself off the floor plenty of times at
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2nd base. i sympathize with marco, and i hope he's all right. that comes with the territory. >> all righty. 1:07 tomorrow's first pitch , matt cain for the giants. >> and i think my first start here, i was that was in 2006 or 2007, i was about 2 innings, gave up 8 run, and pujols took me to big mac land. i think the biggest thing is just making good pitches. >> one quick thing on the scutaro deal. it's funny. i've watched and listen ed to everything, right? >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> i have. and it's funny how i think i told you earlier, it started of oh, it's the worst thing i've ever seen! but when you listen to this, people who have never played sports, and i don't mean that as a knock, but just that's not your thing. but you like to
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follow the team, they all thought it was horrible. i've yet to hear a guy who played, and this is kind of that code too, you don't want to maybe inject yourself in some place you're not wanted, but people in the game who have played the game, i haven't heard too many criticisms of what the st. louis player did. it's people who sit on our couch, they get outraged. jacky? >> the third baseman coach for the giants sounded like he had a problem with it. did he play? [ laughter ] >> he did play. yeah, flannery. but then bochy will tell him as soon as that gets out, you shut up, you're the 3rd base coach. [ laughter ] >> but if you play the game, you understand that more than likely, you don't want to hurt another player. >> yeah. >> it's just the emotion of the thing caught up with him. pam is looking at me like you thought it was disgusting, didn't you? i'd give you wisdom here at 11:27. usa won in soccer 3-1 over
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